Ronald and the NFL Player


My friend “Ronald” says professional football is filled with gay and bisexual players and he has the stories to prove it. Here is one he told me:

Ronald was raised in Tennessee but has lived around the country because he claims he will go anywhere for a better paycheck. So several years ago he ended up in Chicago working for a shipping business.

Ronald is a rabid football fan and he and a buddy scored 50-yard line, second-row seats at a Chicago Bears game versus the Detroit Lions in the late 1990s. They sat right behind the Chicago Bears bench.

The game was boring — Detroit had an abysmal record that year and Chicago was kicking their ass. The final score was something like 31-14.

But Ronald said the real action was taking place on the sidelines.

A player kept staring at him. A tall, light-skinned black man who took off his helmet to show a head of curly hair.

“I think he is looking at you,” Ronald’s buddy said.

“Nah, he is looking at you. You are the handsome one,” Ronald kidded back.

But the player kept staring, sometimes turning his back to the field to stare at Ronald in the crowd,  and eventually he smiled at Ronald. And Ronald smiled back.

At halftime one of the trainers walked over to near where Ronald sat and motioned for him to walk over to the railing so they could talk.

“‘Andre Tyson’ said he would like to meet you. Here is a pass so you can come down to the locker room after the game,” he said, handing it to a surprised Ronald.

After the game Ronald went down to the locker room entrance and waited until Andre came out. And they talked and it soon became clear Andre wanted to hook up sexually.

He said Ronald was his type — handsome, in-shape, and masculine enough that he could take him out in mixed company and nobody would know.

Ronald said the dick was big, the sex was off the chain, and they were regular fuck buddies for several years and remain friends to this day, long after the football player retired.

Michael Sam became the first openly gay player in the NFL when the St. Louis Rams recruited him in 2014. However, he was cut from the team. He is now playing for the Canadian Football League Montreal Alouettes and debuted in his first game on August 7, 2015. This makes him the first openly gay player to play in a regular season game in Canada.

Michael Sam became the first openly gay player in the NFL when the St. Louis Rams recruited him in 2014. However, he was cut from the team. He is now playing for the Canadian Football League Montreal Alouettes and debuted in his first game on August 7, 2015. This makes him the first openly gay player to play in a regular season game in Canada.

However Ronald, who is always on the lookout for a higher paying job, took at position in Atlanta. And he said his relationship with Andre led to him hooking up with two players with the Atlanta Falcons.

One of those players even helped Ronald’s son, who plays football, get recruited by a college qateam.

What have I learned from Ronald? There are many gay or bisexual football players in the NFL.

Many are married, sometimes for show and sometimes because they really like pussy with man dick or ass on the side. They network with each other, often arranging down-low sex parties at hotels or private homes where players and their men come together and freak.

Ronald said you can get anything at these parties — cocaine, weed, pills, caviar or chicken and waffles if you asked. Sometimes black male celebrities who are on the down-low and hang with ballers would come to these parties too, Ronald said.

He rattled off the names of several of these actors. At least one was a complete surprise to me (he always plays action heroes!) but others were familiar.

That is because I have heard similar stories from other friends (Read Trey and the Hollywood Actor and Nobody in Hollywood is Gay).

So all these fuss about Michael Sam coming out was much about nothing.

Ronald said the NFL already has gay and bi men — it’s an open secret.

“If people only knew, they would be so surprised,” he said.

Despite what Ronald said very few NFL players have come out of the closet. Read this interesting Wikipedia entry to learn more.